Berlingske, formerly known as Berlingske Tidende, is a Copenhagen-based Danish national daily newspaper. Berlingske, first published on 3 January 1749, is Denmark's, as well as the Nordic region's, oldest continuously operational newspaper and one of the world's oldest newspapers.
Ekstra Bladet is a Danish tabloid newspaper published in Copenhagen by JP/Politikens Hus. It began in 1904 as an evening supplement to Politiken. The newspaper was founded in 1905 and has since concentrated on investigative journalism, news, sports, and entertainment.
The Copenhagen Post, also stylized CPH Post, is a weekly newspaper that publishes Danish news in English both nationally and globally; it is Denmark's sole English-language newspaper that is printed on a regular basis.
Theodor Hans Carsten Green, a trader and editor, created Borsen in 1896. It was transformed into a newspaper with a specific emphasis on business and stock exchange information in 1899. Brsen was also formally affiliated with Grosserer-Societetet from that time until 1909. The Merchant Society.
Kristeligt Dagblad was founded in 1896. It was a Lutheran Inner Mission program established to combat radicalism and atheism. Kristeligt Dagblad A/S owns the paper, which is based in Copenhagen. It is published six times a week, Monday through Saturday.
Dagbladet Information was founded and published by the Danish resistance movement during World War II, and it was illegal throughout the war because it was not governed by the German occupying force. Dagbladet Information became a reality after the liberation on May 5, 1945, and was officially created in August 1945. Outze remained the paper's editor in chief until his death in 1980. Its headquarters are in Copenhagen.
Politiken is a leading Danish daily broadsheet newspaper published in Copenhagen, Denmark by JP/Politikens Hus. It was established in 1884 and was instrumental in the foundation of the Danish Social Liberal Party. It has been independent of the party since 1970, but maintains a liberal attitude.
Weekendavisen is a weekly broadsheet newspaper published in Denmark on Fridays. It has a circulation of around 60,000 copies, with roughly 10% of that going to subscriptions outside of Denmark. However, according to polls, the actual number of readers is significantly larger.
Lokalavisen Favrskov is a Danish newspaper published in Hadsten. It was founded in 2018. It is located in the Central Denmark Region and covers the municipality of Favrskov. The newspaper comes out once a week. It had a circulation of 28,418 in 2019. Politikens Lokalaviser and JP/Politikens Hus own the newspaper.